Coffee or Tea — Why not Both?

Very few beverages have made waves worldwide as coffee and tea. They’re pretty popular. Between both, black tea appears to be the most sought after. Available data shows that black tea accounts for at least 78% of teas produced and consumed (1).

Both beverages provide nearly similar benefits. But then, they still have a few differences.

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